2014 NCAC Field Hockey Players of the Week

November 3rd
Cecilia Depman, Kenyon
(Bel Air, MD/Bryn Mawr School)

Games played/started:  1/1   
Goals: 1           
Assists: 1
Points: 3           
Shots on Goal: 1    

Kenyon senior forward Cecilia Depman wrapped up the regular season by scoring one goal and dishing out one assist in the Ladies’ 3-0 win over Wooster. The goal was Depman’s sixth of the season and the 20th of her career. Depman’s performance also helped lift the Ladies to their first NCAC regular-season title since 2007.
October 27th
Carrie Mount, Wooster
(Plain City, OH/Dublin Jerome)

Games played/started:  2/2   
Goals Allowed: 2       
Goals Against Average: 1.00
Saves: 24           
Save Percentage: .923   
Shutouts: 1

Wooster senior goalkeepers Carrie Mount recorded an impressive .923 save percentage for the week. She piled up a career-high 15 saves to keep the Scots within striking distance in the 2-1 loss at Denison and then added nine against Oberlin while notching her third shutout of the season.
October 20th
Haley Savoie, Ohio Wesleyan
(Poway, CA/DelNorte)

Games played/started:  2/2   
Goals: 3       
Assist: 1
Points: 7
Game-Winners: 1           
Shots: 7       

Ohio Wesleyan sophomore midfielder Haley Savoie helped extend the Bishops’ winning streak to three games with three goals and one assist on the week. Savoie scored the game-winner just 36 seconds into the first overtime period to give Ohio Wesleyan a 1-0 victory over Denison. The sophomore complied two goals and an assist in a 4-1 non-conference victory against Hendrix.
October 13th
Beth Warning, Wittenberg
(Cincinnati, OH/Mount Notre Dame)

Games played/started:  3/3
Goals: 5
Game-Winners: 2
Shots: 22
Shots on Goal: 11
Points: 10

Wittenberg senior midfielder Beth Warning scored both of Wittenberg’s game-winning goals and totaled five on the week to lead the Tigers to wins over Wooster and Oberlin.
October 7th
Maddie Breschi, Kenyon
(Carlisle, PA/Carlisle)

Games played/started:  2/2
Goals: 2
Shots: 17
Shots on Goal: 8
Points: 4

Kenyon junior midfielder Maddie Breschi notched two goals in the Ladies’ 4-0 home win over Ohio Wesleyan. She now has eight goals on the season, tying her for the team lead.
September 29th

Chloe Dikeou, Denison
(Denver, CO/Kent Denver)


Games played/started:  2/2
Goals: 2
Shots: 4
Game-Winning Goals: 1
Points: 4

Denison freshman midfielder Chloe Dikeou scored the final two goals, including the game-winner, in the Big Red’s 3-1 road win over Kenyon. Dikeou has scored three goals on the season and has added two assists.

September 22nd
Paige Henry, DePauw
(Louisville, KY/Kentucky Country Day)

Games played/started:  2/2
Goals: 3
Assist: 2
Game-Winning Goals: 2
Points: 8

DePauw senior forward Paige Henry helped the Tigers improve to 7-1 scoring the first goal in wins over Oberlin and Wooster to move to 3-1 in NCAC play. Henry finished the week with three goals, two assists, eight points and two game winning goals. The senior forward now has eight goals, five assists and 19 points on the year.
September 15th
Rachel Hall, Kenyon
(Los Angeles, CA/Harvard-Westlake)

Games played/started:  2/2
Goals: 2
Assist: 1
Game-Winning Goals: 1
Points: 5

Kenyon senior forward Rachel Hall played a role in a pair of game-winning goals this past week. In the Ladies’ 2-1 upset of No. 15-ranked DePauw, Hall was credited with the assist on the Ladies’ second goal. Then, in a 7-2 win over Earlham, Hall tallied a goal and an assist. Her goal proved to be the game-winner. She now leads the team with five goals and 12 points this season.
September 8th
Paige Berliner, DePauw
(New Albany, OH/Columbus Academy)

Games played/started:  2/2
Goals: 4
Game-Winning Goals: 1
Points: 8

DePauw freshman forward Paige Berliner helped guide the Tigers to a 2-0 week including a victory over fourth-ranked Christopher Newport on Saturday. Berliner tied a school record with four goals in a win over Centre on Sunday, including three in the first 5:55 of the contest. 
September 2nd
Julia Melio, Ohio Wesleyan
(Winnetka, IL/New Trier)


Games played/started:  1/1
Goals: 2
Game-Winning Goals: 1
Points: 4

Ohio Wesleyan freshman forward Julia Melio scored the game-winning goal in the 2014 opener with 5:50 left in regulation to lift the Bishops to a thrilling 4-3 victory over Sewanee. It was the second goal of the contest for Melio after giving the Bishops a 1-0 lead just 75 seconds into her collegiate career.